AUDIO: Oregon WBB Eager for 2018-19 Season

Following the first two trips to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight in program history the past two years, Oregon women’s basketball enters the 2018-19 season with high expectations. Led by a national player of the year candidate in guard Sabrina Ionescu, and maybe the nation’s best second-option in forward Ruthy Hebard, the Ducks are poised and eager to take the next step forward into the country’s elite. As each player embarks on their junior seasons, Ionescu and Hebard were joined by head coach Kelly Graves for interviews on Monday afternoon the team’s practice. Oregon heads down to San Francisco for the Pac-12 Media Days later this week. Listen below to Monday’s full interviews below.

Head Coach Kelly Graves

Guard Sabrina Ionescu

Forward Ruthy Hebard 

-Alex Castle

QuackSmack: Monday, 10/8/18

Hosts: Alex Castle, Sean MacPherson and Mark Wang

  • A quick update on the FBI investigation
  • Which Oregon team are you more excited to watch in 2018-19?

6:10 No. 14 Oregon Volleyball Roars Back Into Pac-12 Contention

  • Impressive road sweeps of both UCLA and USC
  • Are the Ducks flipping a switch? Or is this an inconsistent team?

6:23 Oregon Soccer Falling Into the Pac-12 Rut? 

  • Battled with No. 1 Stanford but giveaway game vs. Cal
  • Gauging NCAA odds, what’s at stake moving forward

6:35 No. 17 Oregon Football Enters Rivalry Week with No. 7 UW

  • Putting the Ducks’ 2018 in context after their off-week
  • Next “biggest” game for Justin Herbert and Mario Cristobal
  • Looking at early projections for the game